January 25, 2013
I've recently left school to pursue a career. Now I am looking to self-study Spanish. I left school having begun a short school course and in fact had the opportunity to visit Spain. This sparked a huge motivation to learn the language as I’d never had an interest to before and I had only been studying it for 2 months in school.
I’ve come across this gigantic resource StudySpanish.com and I was wondering if anyone has had significant experience with it and/or knows how to negotiate the number of courses they have.
I am not short of resources or native speakers. What I lack is a form or structure to work through learning the language by myself. Going through school, there has always been a syllabus to follow as if it’s been handed to me on a plate and therefore I am feeling a bit lost.
Any guidance would be most appreciated. Thanks:)
Experienced Language Hacker
July 9, 2011
There are a lot of free resources on StudySpanish.com, but I think the more in depth stuff requires you to pay for it. You can usually find answers to basic questions there as it offers a lot of English explanations for Spanish grammar and things like that, but beyond the basics, you'll be paying for it. www.learnalanguage.com has a lot of free stuff available for Spanish and I really like this site. Give that one a try and let us know how it goes.
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